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Most opioid overdoses happen at home

Naloxone stops an overdose and saves lives.

"It is a life saver. It is super important that it’s known that naloxone is not a crutch or an excuse to use. It is a life-saving device."
Emilia Long, opioid overdose survivor

Bring naloxone home

The risk of an opioid overdose is greater than you might think. Opioid overdoses happen to anyone and kill tens of thousands of people every year. In 2018, 543 people in Colorado died because of an opioid overdose, and opioid overdoses killed 47,600 Americans in 2017.

Naloxone is a medication that stops opioid overdoses and saves lives. Learn more about naloxone, how it saves lives, and how to bring naloxone home.

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